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User Info: EpicKingdom_

EpicKingdom_
1 week ago#1
Epic is gunnin for em.

The Epic Games Store has updated its refund policy to one matching the terms of the Steam marketplace, providing for unconditional refunds of games within two weeks of purchase and less than two hours played.


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User Info: Dragon Nexus

Dragon Nexus
1 week ago#2
And it only took them a month to establish one.

Though in fairness it's very likely because that's what the EU expects you to do if you're going to sell in their territory.
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User Info: sonic_c_tail

sonic_c_tail
1 week ago#3
Better than near twenty years
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User Info: farigonti

farigonti
1 week ago#4
wow it’s like they know how to research
One great thing about living in the UK, I get that right with every single digital purchase, irrelevant of what the store policy is.

I did notice this on the Epic store yesterday though, I just presumed it was always that way.
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User Info: phantasy

phantasy
1 week ago#6
Lol if you want people to use your service, you need to provide better service than your competitors. Offering the same service as your competitors does nothing to help drive customers to yours.
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User Info: EpicKingdom_

EpicKingdom_
1 week ago#7
phantasy posted...
Lol if you want people to use your service, you need to provide better service than your competitors. Offering the same service as your competitors does nothing to help drive customers to yours.


That's where the "exclusives" come in along with free games.
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Crenlar
1 week ago#8
phantasy posted...
Lol if you want people to use your service, you need to provide better service than your competitors. Offering the same service as your competitors does nothing to help drive customers to yours.

They need to add forums for every game, user reviews and player counts.
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User Info: LiquidDee

LiquidDee
1 week ago#9
It's a good start.

Epic knows they need more features and they have unlimited monies so let's see what they do in the coming months.

User Info: EpicKingdom_

EpicKingdom_
1 week ago#10
LiquidDee posted...
It's a good start.

Epic knows they need more features and they have unlimited monies so let's see what they do in the coming months.


Pretty much this, I am hopeful.
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